- £6,199.00Those World Cup dreams require a World Cup Quality bike. The SCOTT Scale RC 900 World Cup AXS is an incredible, lightweight, stiff, fast mountain bike. Designed with SRAM's new Eagle AXS Wireless shifting, HMX carbon frame and RockShox SID Ult. RLC3 100mm Forks, this World Cup ready SCOTT mountain bike can help you go from Nino Schurter super fan to putting on the leader's jersey.
- £5,199.00Those World Cup dreams require a World Cup Quality bike. The SCOTT Scale RC 900 World Cup is an incredible, lightweight, stiff, fast mountain bike. Designed with SRAM X01 Eagle Trigger shifting, HMX carbon frame and RockShox SID Select+RL3 100mm Forks, this World Cup ready SCOTT mountain bike can help you go from Nino Schurter super fan to putting on the leader's jersey.
- £3,699.00What makes the SCOTT Scale RC 900 Pro? Could it be its incredibly light carbon fibre frame? Or how about a mountain bike spec fit for racing at the world's highest level? All of these things and more go into making the Scale RC 900 Pro live up to its name.
- £2,799.00With the SCOTT Scale RC Team, get yourself on the road to faster lap times. Designed to compete with the best, SCOTT Scale RC Team 2020 has RockShox SID forks, SRAM Eagle Drivetrain and Syncros components, all helping smash those lap times - an incredible mountain bike from SCOTT.
Whether you're a road cyclist looking for a carbon road bike, mountain biker or like the best of both worlds with cyclocross; our choice of complete bikes is perfect for finding your next ride.These bikes come complete with all cycling components so you don't need to find a groupset or source some handlebars or wheels for them, you can just head out and ride!
Road, Mountain or Cross Bike?
Your choice of bike depends on the kind of riding you will be doing. If you're a road cycling that races a lot you need something light and fast, like one of our carbon fibre bikes, to give you the best chance of victory in your racing.
If you are a leisure rider then comfort will be top of your list of priorities, as this will allow you to ride for long periods in the saddle without the potential discomfort an out-and-out racer may cause you as a casual rider.
Mountain bikers might find they need a smaller groupset depending on the severity of the terrain they are tackling or they may need thicker tyres to compensate for bad conditions. There's also suspension to consider, and whether you want a bike that has full suspension or a hardtail. Again this depends on the kind of riding you do and the terrain you tackle on the bike.
Once you have chosen your bike take a look at our Guru Bike Fit to set you up perfectly on the bike for maximum comfort and performance.